In other news, Scott Walker is reportedly rebooting his campaign with a focus on destroying government.
“We need a leader who can wreak havoc on Washington and put the American people back in charge of our government,” Walker will say according to prepared remarks released by his campaign.
I'm a little confused. Walker has been wreaking havoc for years.
Meanwhile, if you were skeptical that Huckabee's appearance alongside Kim Davis was nothing more than a photo op -- his campaign has confirmed that Ted Cruz was physically prevented from appearing. They didn't want him to get any credit.
While Huckabee said "anybody's welcome" to attend a free rally, Cruz is "not free to come to an event that we’re putting together and invite himself on the program anymore than I could go a few weeks ago to his event in Des Moines and just show up and expect to be a speaker. It’s real simple."
It's all about Christianity and persecution and freedom and yadda yadda yadda. Or maybe it's just about Mike Huckabee's poll numbers.
Finally, the Texas state militia was reportedly using the Jade Helm conspiracy theory to attract new recruits according to emails obtain through open records requests.
What could go wrong?